Inside “The World's Most Extraordinary Homes”

Truly amazing homes all over the world, on Netflix

by Rossana Vinci


While programme "The World's Most Extraordinary Homes" has returned for its second Season on BBC2 with a pit stop in Portugal for the first episode, Netflix has just released the Season 1.

This means that you can now watch the first four episodes of the British series that tours unconventional homes and extreme places in challenging locations along with Award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress/property enthusiast Caroline Quentin.



Piers and Caroline travel the globe to lead us to the discovery of amazing homes, from super cool designs to innovative ways of integrating nature and architecture.

Season 1 - Four hour-long episodes are themed around four locations: mountains, forests, coasts, and underground.

Each episode explores multiple properties, while Piers and Caroline chat with the owners and architects to trace back the story behind the building.



Here listed the four episodes of Season 1:



Piers and Caroline start their tour of incredible mountainside retreats in Santa Monica before moving on to Arizona, New Zealand, and the Swiss Alps.



Caroline and Piers shift their focus to the forest, where unconventional homes await outside Madrid, in the Catskills, and in New Zealand.



A speedboat brings Piers and Caroline to an island in Norway, where they begin their coastal survey with stops in Spain, New Zealand, and Canada.



Piers and Caroline go underground to sample luxurious subterranean living in Greece before seeing homes in the Swiss Alps, New Zealand, and Amsterdam.





Watch season 1 Now on Netflix!




Cover photo: The Wall House, Guedes Cruz Architects Ph. © Ricardo Oliveira Alves